The skirting boards in my flat have been badly cut by builders when laying a new wooden floor that slides underneath it along all the walls.
I thought it was a good idea to have the skirting cut apposed to having 'beading' around the edge. I was wrong!
The skirting board has been cut too high (leaving 0.5cm gap between the new floor and bottom of the skirting boards). It has also been cut unevenly and looks terrible.
Any ideas what I can do? Can I fill in this uneven gap with something? I can't bear the thought of removing all the skirting. Nor am I keen to have beading, as paid extra to avoid this.
Advice appreciated! I am a DIY novice.